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Sarah's First Grade Snippets: Writing Notebooks

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Expository-Writing-ChecklistWorksheets

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Persuasive Writing - love this written, as it applies to modern and traditional!

Mrs. Clay English - Persuasive Writing

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d r e a m;from d r e a m;

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I liked his layout for helping students transition away from graphic organizers. It helps them consider what should be in the writing, but doesn't prescribe how to do it

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My students use this handout as a tool for their writing. It helps them to use vivid words and stay away from "dead' ones. I usually make copies on a cardstock paper and lamianate it. My students keep this handout as a reference in their binders. Check out my other products:Interactive Reading Notebook Lessons for Fiction: Plot and SummaryInteractive Fiction Notebook Lessons: ConflictRevision Voice Mini-Lesson: Adding "Heartbeat Moments"Writing with VoiceWhat Makes a Great Personal…

Vivid Word Choice Handout

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FREE anchor chart of synonyms for the overused "said"

More Back To School Ideas: Decorating Your Room With Anchor Charts

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How to Get Your First Draft Done | Spilling Ink Bird By Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life by Anne Lamott

How to Get Your First Draft Done

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ARMS and CUPS

Little Piece of Tape: C.U.P.S. and A.R.M.S.

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Expository essentials? What are those? Take a look at this poster to find out!

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MINI-LESSON: DON'T WRITE ABOUT YOUR WRITING (COMMON CORE ALIGNED) - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Don't Write About Your Writing: Mini-Lesson (Common Core Aligned)

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We've practiced this by writing responses to whole-class texts, stand-alone prompts, and even questions like "what was the best part of your weekend?" Description from middleoflit.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

RACE Writing Response (freebie on a snowday!)

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This easy trick helps students find errors in writing. Read about this method and collect the free staggered flip organizer to help students remember the steps.

Teaching Students to Write a Narrative ~ Proofreading

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The Daring English Teacher: Teaching the Research Paper Part 1: Introducing the Research Paper and Preparing Students for the Assignment

Teaching the Research Paper Part 1: Introducing the Research Paper and Preparing Students for the Assignment

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I don't make typos (more for writers @ Wordpreneur.com)

I Don’t Make Typos

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Self Evaluation for Paragraphs

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How to Write the Perfect Introduction of an Essay

How to Write the Perfect Introduction of an Essay: The introductory paragraph has three main parts.

Start Your Paper With a Great Introductory Paragraph

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Crazy for First Grade: Common Core- Writing Opinions All Year Long!!!!

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THE FAVOURITE ADJECTIVES & ADVERBS OF ROWLING, MYERS AND COLLINS

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Bernabei Writing Tools

Bernabei Writing Tools

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writing expectations for journal writing time. Love this chart to introduce the expectations for it.

Oops…It’s OKAY! | Mrs. Meacham's Classroom Snapshots

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The best way to start the revising process is to have students record themselves reading their rough drafts! When they play it back you will hear them say, "Oops! I forgot to add..."

Writing Mini Lesson #23- Revising a Narrative Essay

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How to Write in Deep POV + get inside the mind of your character

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How to Write in Deep POV + get inside the mind of your character | She's Novel

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No thinking- that comes later. You write your first draft with your heart.

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Inspiration usually comes during work ...

Daily Quotes Archives - Clementine Daily

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